- Architecturally impressive building and crescent
- Coveted location
- Second floor apartment
- Tall ceilings & sash windows
- Sitting room & kitchen
- Panoramic views
- Grade I Listed
- No chain
Lansdown Crescent is an international favourite and there are not many better places to live than this. A crescent known for its beautiful architecture and elevated position in the stunning World Heritage city. An opportunity for this quality location and an apartment in this price range seldom comes to the market.
Lansdown Crescent's late 18th century architecture of John Palmer includes the wonderful lamp holders that decorate the front entrances illuminating the street in the evening and creating a magical atmosphere at Christmas. The wide pavements overlook the large field to the front where sheep often wander and graze taking you back hundreds of years in time. The elevated and long view towards Kelston Hill are truly special. There is residents' parking to the front and a residents' association. From here the motorway is a an easy commute, the train station to London is in the city centre and there is a choice of highly regarded local schools.
This elegant home is on the second floor to this Grade I Listed building. The entrance to the property is adjacent to some additional storage in the landing of the common parts. The hall to the flat is ample with plenty of room for a desk and there is a versatile storage cupboard. The light floods into the sitting room with three sash windows, high ceilings, and a large ornate fireplace at the centre of exposed brick work. Separating the kitchen and the living space is a large opening which leads to a well laid out gloss units and worktops. The view from the living room is splendid as it takes in a horizon of hills. The sun sets in this direction over the clump of trees at Kelston Roundhill.
The back of the apartment overlooks gardens and greenspace. The bedroom is a fair size with high ceilings and steps leading up to a shower room. The bedroom and bathroom space is particularly nice and has more potential to be modernised.
This stunning end of chain property is presented in good condition with scope to make it your own. The architectural quality of the building and the location with the green space opposite and far reaching views makes this a very special property indeed and we feel will make a fantastic main residence or pied a terre.
Large storage cupboard.
Coved. Shelving. Radiator.
Sitting Room - 18'8" (5.69m) x 15'1" (4.6m)
Sash windows with shutters with far reaching views. Exposed feature wall with ornate fireplace with slate hearth. Opens to kitchen.
Kitchen - 14'4" (4.37m) x 8'0" (2.44m)
Sash window with shutters to front. Gloss kitchen units with worktops. Electric oven and gas hob. One and a half sink unit.
Bedroom - 16'6" (5.03m) x 12'7" (3.84m)
Two sash windows with shutters to rear. Wardrobe. Coved. Radiator. Steps to bathroom.
Sash window to rear. Boiler cupboard. LLWC. Hand basin and vanity. Shower cubicle. Heated towel rail. Recess lights.
Bath And North East Somerset Council, Band D
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